UPSC is an important Civil Services Examination given by more than 5 lakh students each year with a feeling to serve the nation day and night. They go through multiple steps of hard work along with brilliant work to increase their chances of success. However, how many of them are actually able to turn their dreams into reality? I.e. How many students are selected as the UPSC aspirants? You can find answers to this question and related stuff in the given blog.
This Blog Includes:
UPSC Aspirants Selected Each Year
180 UPSC candidates are selected this year as potential officers. This number is justified by the Baswan Committee, this committee is established by the Indian Government. Their purpose is to identify the shortage of IAS officers in India. Based on their recommendations there is a shortage of 569 IAS officers which can be fulfilled by recruiting 180 IAS officers each year. Below is the category-wise number of IAS officers selected in the year 2022.
Also Read: 21 Questions for UPSC Preparation
|Category||Number of IAS Officers|
Also Read: Backup Plan for UPSC Aspirants
UPSC Candidates Selected Each Year – State-Wise
Below is the state-wise data of the candidates selected and also the shortfall of the Officers for each state.
|State||Authorized Strength||Total Officers||Shortage|
|Jammu & Kashmir*||137||91||46|
How to Prepare for UPSC Exam?
It is really hard to prepare for the UPSC Civil Services Exams. It needs a tough dedication and preparation plan for clearing the UPSC. However, you can prepare for the UPSC exam with below-mentioned tips. These tips will help you to know how to prepare for UPSC Exam with limited resources.
- Steps to Prepare for UPSC Exam
- Meticulous Research
- Choose Optional Subjects Wisely
- Read a Newspaper Every day
- Familiarise Yourself With the Basics of History, Political Science & Geography
- Practice Mock Test Series
- Timely Revision
|Who Takes UPSC Interview||How Many Subjects in UPSC Prelims?|
|How Many Questions in UPSC Prelims?||20+ Questions for UPSC Interview|
|How Many Questions are there in UPSC Mains?||UPSC Previous Year Question Papers For Last 10 Years|
The success of the serious students who clear the IAS Prelims Exam is just 25%. Every year more than 4 to 5 lakh aspirants appear for the prelims exam.
It is seen that 1 out of 100 students became IAS in the first attempt. Undoubtedly, UPSC Exam is the toughest exam in India to crack in one go.
Most candidates who clear the UPSC belong to the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
For more such updates, check out our Indian exams page.